"It's been almost 30 minutes since our last mass-casualty accident!"
We aren't talking about high-tech "won't detonate without priming charges or whatever" bombs. Somebody flicked an errant cigarette butt and damn near 60,000 tons of the depot's stockpile went up in a gigantic ball of flames. Bombs went off, rockets and shells shot in every direction, and shrapnel flew up to 25 miles away. At the disaster's peak, there was a new explosion every two seconds. Ever been yelled at by the HR lady because you stubbed out your cigarette on the ground, instead of in the can? These guards did basically the same thing -- and they caused $450 million worth of damages.
"I did come in like five minutes early last Friday, so this kind of evens out, right?"